Definition of Female body
1. Noun. The body of a female human being.
Specialized synonyms: Adult Female Body, Woman's Body
Terms within: Female Reproductive System, Fanny, Female Genital Organ, Female Genitalia, Female Genitals, Female Internal Reproductive Organ, Bust, Female Chest
Group relationships: Female, Female Person
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Female Body
Literary usage of Female body
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Biological Bulletin by Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.) (1914)
"If this embrace be in the posterior region of the female's body, the male loosens slightly and pulls himself along the female's body. ..."
2. Personal Hygiene and Physical Training for Women by Anna Mary Galbraith (1916)
"... the Crusade Against the Corset; the Influence of the Corset on the Female Body; the Curved Front Corset; the Relation of Corsets to Abdominal and Pelvic ..."
3. List of the Specimens of Lepidopterous Insects in the Collection of the by British Museum (Natural History). Dept. of Zoology, Francis Walker, John Edward Gray, British Museum (Natural History) (1855)
"... first and second interior angles contiguous ; third remote. Hind wings broader lhau the fore wings ; ocellus larger. Female—Body stout. ..."
4. Proceedings of the second Pan American scientific congress: Washington, U. S by Glen Levin Swiggett (1917)
"In most animals both the male and female sex instincts appear to be entirely dormant except when there is in the female's body an ovum in the proper stage ..."
5. Benjamin Rush's Lectures on the Mind by Benjamin Rush, Eric T. Carlson, Jeffrey L. Wollock, Patricia S. Noel (1981)
"[OF THE PECULIARITIES OF THE MALE AND FEMALE, BODY AND MIND.] Hitherto we have considered those functions of the animal oeconomy, which belong alike to the ..."
6. Gynecology by Brooke Melancthon Anspach (1921)
"... youne female body. Bladder empty, rectum slightly distended. ! by intervening prolongations of the pelvic fascia. Below the recto- vaginal septum ends ..."